Steve Rider and Sue Barker review and preview events in Sydney.
Action from day two of the Olympics, presented by Ray Stubbs in London and Steve Rider , Sue Barker , John Inverdale and Steve Cram in Sydney.
NOTE: events may alter timings.
8.55 Swimming Finals Action from the pool, including the 9.00 women's 400m individual medley, 9.10 men's 400m freestyle, 10.00 women's 4xl00m freestyle relay and 10 JO men's 4xl00m freestyle relay. British hopes rest on European Champion
Paul Palmer in the 400m freestyle.
10.40, 3.15 Cycling
Jason Queally will be competing in the men's 1,000m team trial. Plus coverage of the women's 500m time trial and the men's individual pursuit semi-finals. JL25 Judo Coverage of the finals of the men's 60kg and women's 48kg catergories.
11.40 Weightlifting Action from the 56kg weightlifting final.
12.10 News (S) and Weather
12.15 Football Focus Ray Stubbs looks ahead to the weekend's top Premiership games, with Manchester United against
Everton and West Ham facing
Liverpool. Plus Scottish Premier news, the story from the first non-league qualifying rounds and the first round, first leg of the Uefa Cup.
110 Olympic Football
Commentary is by Dougie Donnelly and Garth Crooks.
1.30,4.00 Boxing Early-stage action from the bantamweight and welterweight events.
1.50, 2.25, 2.40, 2.55, 3.35
Racing Four races from the flat meeting at Newbury, including the Courage Best Stakes at
3.40 and the Dubai Duty Free Mill Stakes for Group Two horses at 3.05, plus races at
2.00 and 2.30. Coverage of the Prix de la Salamandre from
Longchamp in France is at 2.40.
2.10 Gymnastics Coverage of the men's qualifying round.
2.40 Around the Grounds The latest team news.
3.50 Football Half-Times Updates.
4.25 Women's Triathlon
4.45 Final Score A roundup of the afternoon's sports news. Executive producer Martin Hopkins Executive editor Dave Gordon
(all Olympic events S)
PDC videoplus code for:
The greatest show on Earth: page 22; And the winner is... : page 24; and Olympic highlights: page 47
John Inverdale and Steve Cram round up the day's events in Sydney and looks at how Britain's Olympic hopefuls have fared. Plus a look ahead to tomorrow when Steve Redgrave begins his bid for a fifth successive Olympic rowing gold medal. (S)
With George Alagiah ; Weather Michael Fish. (S)
With Sydney 2000 under way, Terry Wogan takes a look at the humorous side of the international sporting event in the first of two programmes featuring a selection of entertaining clips from the history of the Olympics. Tonight BBC commentator Harry Gration is on the mat with British Olympicjudo hopeful Cheryle Peel.
Director Becky Martin ; Producer Tom Webber (S)
Jane McDonald hosts the show that seeks out singing talent. This week, five contestants represent the north of England when they perform before judges Nigel Martin-Smith , Barbara Windsor , Ben Adams and Edele Lynch.
Director Ben Fuller
Executive producers Rosetta Bain and Tom Gutteridge (S) (W)
Dale Winton isjoined by teen sensation Billie Piper and a new star from the continent, Sonny Jones. Plus tonight's National Lottery and Thunderball draws.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Peter Estall (S) (W)
The first in a new series of the tense hospital drama.
Phoenix. Following Charlie's collapse, Duffy has taken charge of Holby A&E. But she has a new hospital administrator to cope with. See Choice.
Written by Ben Cooper : Series producer Rachel Wright
Executive producer Mal Young (S) (W)
Dr Mark Porter on pulmonary embolus - Health: page 42
Followed by National Lottery Update
Sergeant Geoff Fletcher:
Michael Parkinson and a celebrity audience celebrate the 40th anniversary of BBC Television Centre with a serving of classic clips and star recollections. See Choice.
Producer Kate Phillips ; Executive producer Caroline Wright (S) (W)
With George Alagiah. Weather Michael Fish. (S)
The pick of the day's Premiership action focuses on Manchester United against Everton and includes a look at Coventry's trip to Arsenal, plus Ipswich at Leeds. Introduced by Gary Lineker , with Trevor Brooking and Alan Hansen. Producer Paul McNamara ; Executive editor Niall Sloane
Repeated tomorrow at 7.00am (S)(W)
Alan Hansen - Sport: page 46
Followed by Weatherview
Hazel Irvine, Roger Black and Sharron Davies introduce continued coverage of the competitions in Sydney. (S)
NOTE: Events may alter the following timings. Ends 7am.
11.55 Men's Triathlon Simon Lessing and Andrew Johns are Britain's hopefuls in this event.
2.00am Rowing/Swimming Steve Redgrave begins his bid for a fifth successive Olympic rowing gold medal in the heats of the coxless four.
2.30 Beach Volleyball/Gymnastics/Men's Hockey/ Boxing/Sailing
5.25 Women's Hockey Live coverage of the British women's first match against Australia. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/olympics